I wanted to offer my condolences to Grace's family on the death of their lovely daughter Grace, who brought joy into their lives. I don't have a story to tell, I just want to say how moved I was to watch the interview with Grace's parents on Del Bigtree's The Highwire. I have also been following Del's TV program for the last 2 years, as it is one of the few places where I have access to the truth. I used to live in California (until a massive wildfire destroyed my home) & now I live in the UK. I had to put in my previous California zip code to write this, so I do apologize for not being absolutely truthful. Things are also very bad here in the UK, and people have been put on ventilators and killed. I don't know when and how the truth will come out but I know that people like Grace's parents and sister, and Del, Jeffery Jaxon, Pierre Kory, Robert Kennedy Jnr. and others are doing their best for freedom of speech.
I'd like to quote something Rob Verkerk said recently, which I hope brings some small comfort to Grace's family:
"Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage." (Lao Tzu)
God bless all of you for the work you do. I hope that the grief over Grace's sad loss eases in time. Grace will remain a beacon of light for us all.